By Erin Davis and Benjamin Basseches, Emergo Group
Some people might assume that diaries are only used to record the day-to-day trials and musings of teenagers. But – surprise! – diaries (specifically, diary studies) are actually a valuable method to add to your ethnographic research toolkit. Generally speaking, a diary study is a qualitative research method that involves participants self-reporting data over an extended time period. Participants can record data in physical pen and paper diaries, or using one of many digital platforms that offer added value and efficiency.
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